Gladys Moore was named dean of religious and spiritual life and director of diversity and inclusion at Mount Holyoke College. She was a pastor for the New Jersey Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.

Cedric Kenner was appointed director of the multicultural center at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. He was the associate director of career education at the university’s Career Development Center.

Kenner hold bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Southern Illinois University and is currently a doctoral candidate in work force development education at the University of Arkansas.

Marcia A. Hogan was elected chair of the St. Clair County Community College board of trustees. Hogan, who has served on the board of the college since 1991, is the first woman and first African American to be named chair. The college, which is in Port Huron, Michigan, has a student body that is 2.5 percent black.

Frank Minnifield, who played in the National Football League for nine years, was appointed to the board of trustees of the University of Louisville. Minnifield, who is a graduate of the university, now owns a home building company in Lexington, Kentucky.

Sallye McKee was named to the new position of vice chancellor for diversity, equity, and community engagement at the University of Colorado. She was the associate to the president for institutional diversity at Metropolitan State College of Denver.

McKee is a graduate of Morris Brown College where she majored in French. She holds a master’s degree in elementary education from the University of Chicago and a doctorate in educational psychology from the University of Minnesota.

Carmen Cummings Martin was appointed director of alumni affairs at Florida A&M University. Martin, a graduate of Florida A&M, was serving as an aide to Congressman Allen Boyd, who represents the city of Tallahassee and surrounding areas.